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Restricted and prohibited goods

From: Canadian Border Services Agency

To avoid the possibility of penalties, including fines, seizure or prosecution, make sure you have the information you need before attempting to import items into Canada.

COVID-19 border measures end on

Starting , all COVID-19 border requirements, including vaccination, mandatory use of ArriveCAN, and any testing and quarantine/isolation requirements will end for all travellers entering Canada whether by land, air or sea.

Until then, find out if you can enter Canada and use ArriveCAN before you enter.

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Firearms and weapons

What is non-restricted, restricted and prohibited and how to import and declare weapons.

Food, plants and animals

Declare all food, plants, animals and related products. Avoid bringing diseases and invasive species to Canada.

Explosives, fireworks and ammunition

Apply online for import, export and in-transit permits issued by NRCan.

Cannabis

Transporting cannabis across the border in any form without a permit is a serious criminal offense.

Consumer products

Be aware of safety requirements in Canada and how some imported goods may pose a danger to the public.

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